The Lee-Ryan Eye-Hand Coordination Test was conceived by Kiseok Robin Lee and designed by Malcolm Ryan, with support from Catherine Suttle, Barbara Junghans and Sieu Khuu, to test eye-hand coordination in children and adults.
The app may provide sensory-moto information relevant to a range of medical conditions that affect vision and motor-coordination. Therefore, this app may be useful to optometrists, ophthalmologists, orthoptists, paediatricians, neurologists, psychologists, rehabilitation specialists and remedial educationalists. The app may be used prior to, or after, interventional training.
So far, there is no evidence to support use of the L-R EHC Test as a training tool for eye-hand coordination.
Improved performance on older iPad devices.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.